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  1. Not a bad idea at first glance, except that if one tries to implement this workaround on Android 4.4.2 on Galaxy S5, one would get the message: " Sorry, Evernote Web is not supported on Android browsers". So, back to square one, which is to download the droid app, which does not support dual accounts. - could anyone suggest any alternate work around to try then, other than logging out from the first account then logging in in the second account ? Any update on when this feature would be implemented in the Droid Evernote Client (as per the Apple IOS), as promised 2 years ago when such threads started? I have been a pioneering user of Evernote and really like the platform, but I wish this could be looked at in the nearer future. I use 2 premium accounts, one for work and one for home, and I suspect many other users have the same configuration.
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